As one’s parents get older, they’ll inevitably begin to face a variety of end-of-life issues: estate planning, living arrangements, whether skilled nursing is appropriate, when to give up driving, and others. Click here for some proactive steps to take to assist one’s parents as they age and begin to face these issues.
When was the last time you stopped and evaluated your lifestyle? Upgrades to our lifestyle can creep in subtly and, before we know it, that gym membership we coveted for so long feels like a must-have. Check out some guidelines for reviewing your lifestyle here.
I hope you all enjoyed a long weekend full of quality time with loved ones. In this season of Thanksgiving, I found the following two articles to be refreshing and a helpful check on my financial perspective.
How do you go about making spending cuts as a family? I address this question often with clients who are parents. When little lives are in the mix, the challenge of reigning in spending is often amplified. I’ve created a brief guideline for how to talk to you kids about spending cuts.
By: Julie Ford
Parents, here's an article with guidance and ideas on saving versus spending on your children. Be thoughtful and in agreement as a couple and you'll positively shape your children’s money habits, even when you make mistakes.
By: Julie Ford
Here are a few money mistakes I see newlyweds make. Regardless of how long you’ve been married, though, it’s always important to check in and make sure you’re not letting the important things fall by the wayside.